The End of Life

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Band Name Unsun
Album Name The End of Life
Type Album
Data de aparición 22 Septiembre 2008
Labels Century Media
Estilo MusicalGothic Metal
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Tracklist

1. Whispers
2. Lost Innocence
3. Blinded by Hatred
4. Face the Truth
5. The Other Side
6. Destiny
7. Memories
8. Bring Me to Heaven
9. On the Edge
10. Closer to Death
11. Indifference
Bonustrack
12. Whispers (Video)


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Crónica @ Panzerjager

01 Septiembre 2010
Some metalheads know it, Poland delivers a nice amount of quality metal bands. Vader, Vesania, Behemoth to name a few. Unsun is a young Gothic Metal band featuring Mauser from Vader and Heinrich from Vesania and Rootwater. After a promising demo, comes this great album called 'The End of Life' that combines the classic gothic sound with the power of the death metal guitarists.

The album starts with the song 'Whispers'. This song is a great warm-up for the whole album and keep hanging around in your head for days. Here you can clearly hear that Mauser and Heinrich have played in a Death metal band. The song packs a punch but to some it may be sligthly too 'poppy'.

The combination of melodic female vocals and a grunting guitar returns several times in this album. The songs have all a nice intro and often the band jumps in to drive the speed up. 'Lost Innocence', 'Destiny' and 'Closer to Death' are all build in this way and it doesn't seem to bore the listener.
In contrary to the distorted guitars, Unsun added some lighter song too. This are songs like 'Memories' and 'Bring me To Heaven'. This adds an enjoyable balance to the whole album and shows that Aya can handle more than only powerful songs. Throughout the whole album she shows she has a good vocal range. Her pronunciation could be better because you can hear quite often she's Polish (no offense of course).

The album ends with the songs 'Indifference'. The intro here is very techno-like but you must keep on listening because it's only the intro that sounds strange.

Overall this is a debut good album, offering a more powerful sound that bands like Sirenia or Evanescence but staying true too the classic sound. It offers Gothic Metal in a nice newer jacket. The downsides are the strange intro on 'Indifference' and Aya's pronunciation sometimes. But the last one will be probably gone with the next album. I surely recommend this album even to people who aren't really into Gothic Metal.

Short about their first live acts: Live sounds Unsun quite true to the album. The whole band delivers a good performance, interaction with the crowd etc. Though Aya seems quite nervous when performing but that I'll forgive her because probably everybody would be nervous when going on tour for the first time.



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Loxum - 01 Septiembre 2010: love this album
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